Little Things Can Become a Big Deal
It was a beautiful Friday morning, the perfect day for an invigorating run. My four-legged running partner and I started out slow, warming up, as we began to sync our stride to our
Beware of the Snare
Ever felt stuck? Maybe you’ve struggled with an annoying habit or irritating addiction? You wonder how you can break loose. Yes, I get it. For decades, I was unaware I was caught up in
Empty Chair, Broken Heart – Grieving and Getting Through the Holidays
*This article was originally published in Reclaim magazine.
Is there an empty place at your table this Christmas?
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For many, this
It’s not too late to prepare for Christmas by adding Advent to your traditions.
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Advent is a season of preparation and waiting for the celebration of Jesus’ birth at Christmas. The term advent
“When can we open our presents?” my eight-year old daughter asked. “Only seven more sleeps,” I said. I’d been teaching my children to be patient through a special ‘finding the baby Jesus’ hide and seek game we played each morning
“Our belief in God is not blind faith. Belief is having a firm conviction something is true, not hoping it’s true,” said Max Lucado.
Have you looked forward to something for a long time, then when you finally got
October 17, 2020 is the eleventh year anniversary of the homegoing of Pastor Paul Eugene Giesbrecht. It’s hard to know what to do with the death-day of someone who has died. It definitely should not be forgotten. Yet it’s stressful to
“Don’t merely wait for better days, you must make them.”[i] said Pastor Chuck Swindoll. Easier said than done. Can I ask you a personal question? Are you tired of plodding through life?
We won’t initiate change until
Prayer works. There is a mighty army of believers engaged in praying for the upcoming election without ceasing. Not sure what to pray? Or how to pray? I know, it’s hard to know exactly where to start. I’ve discovered within
The Grace Choice
To give grace or not to give grace? That is the question. I am not talking about whether you should pray at a restaurant in public. I am referring to Jesus’ example to serve others through sacrificing